Join us for Showga's Portland debut at Bit House Saloon featuring fabulous local talent and local grub! This launch party will feature yoga instruction from Skylor Powell and live music from Samuel Eisen Meyers. Each ticket includes one free post-Showga drink and light bites from Ranch Pizza –stay and hang after class!
Please bring a yoga mat if you have one. We will also have some available to borrow.
Showga experience (festive yoga workshop with live music and lights) 6:30-7:30pm
Celebration & refreshments 7:30pm on
Tickets: $37 presale / $40 door
Ticket price includes Showga + 1 free drink + pizza bites
A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to Music Portland, a local nonprofit committed to making Portland a better place to make or support the making of music.
Skylor Powell has been teaching the importance of connection through yoga since 2009. She believes every person has the potential to flourish in every realm, it’s simply about understanding how to activate the muscles, confidence and patience to do so. She's a 200 E-RYT, has a degree in psychology and is a self-proclaimed opportunity junkie.
Samuel Eisen-Meyers – Samuel is a gentle and fiercely intuitive full time musician and visual artist born and raised in Portland, OR. He is drawn to music’s relationship to healing and yoga, and for the last 4 years, has been building live soundscapes and lush frequencies to accompany yoga studios in the pacific NW. At 18 he began writing and performing his own original material, while actively touring and supporting other artists and songwriters. With his main roots in blues, pop, and vocal based soul music, he has developed a fond appreciation for the expansiveness and colors of instrumental music. While frequenting the west coast festival and club circuit with bands out of Portland, Seattle and Bellingham, he wrote and recorded three albums between 2009-2014. Now at the ripe young age of 28 he returns with the first release since 2014 entitled The Heart of the Soul Pt. 1 – a culmination of years of composing and building what Eisen-Meyers calls, “Joyful Noise.”